NVH Foam Mouldings

A close up of a car's foam padded interior, showing part of the dashboard and the door details

Current Risks to Supply Chains.

NVH foam mouldings have been bought by automotive foam component suppliers from low cost manufacturing centres in Asia for years.

Insecurity in supply chains however have meant that some Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers are increasingly looking to re-shore some manufacturing to the UK to guarantee continuity of supply.

Urofoam have the capability in our 70,000 sq ft factory to mould in excess of 1 million NVH parts per year.

Mitigating Costs and Inventory

For users who want to just buy a percentage of their NVH foam requirements locally, to keep costs low but to still have insurance against supply disruption, we have low cost tooling solutions based on high quality resin moulds - so full tooling duplication costs can be slashed.

In house machining facilities mean that metal tooling is also available.


We can offer prototyping, sampling, as well as bulk production facilities.


The foams we offer range from standard NVH foams in a range of densities from less than 100kg/m3 to 300kg/m3, to high temperature foams for use in engine compartments and other high temperature areas.

Heat reflecting glass fibre foils and adhesive fixing tapes can also be supplied.

Quality Standards

We have ISO 9001-2015 and additionally operate with the tools of IATF 16949 for automotive customers (eg FMEA, APQP, PPAP).


Reducing the automotive industry's carbon footprint by buying locally is a big deal. We operate as sustainably as we can here in the UK (all our foam waste is repurposed as carpet underlay for example). All our raw materials are manufactured either here in the UK or Germany. Foam system raw materials are supplied by BASF and are used by some of Europe's biggest car manufacturers.


When Swedish supercar company Koenigsegg needed to reduce the weight of their cockpit components in their new car by changing from solid rubber to a lighter compound for their main display surround, then we got involved. Using complex tooling and adjusting the polyurethane compound to give an assembly that was strong enough to take a folded leather covering but with enough flexibility to be safe in the event of an impact, we managed to reduce the weight by over 50%.

Half a kilo doesn't sound much but on a £750,000 performance car it's a big deal.

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